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Lou Nanne will lead fundraising efforts for $190 million in upgrades at U of M sports facilities; TCB recently reported on the school’s ambitious plans.
The salon chain operator said it is implementing a “new capital allocation policy” as it attempts to turn itself around, and it determined that paying dividends is “not the best use of excess capital.”
A federal bankruptcy judge gave trustee Doug Kelley approval to consolidate nine different cases, a move that Kelley said solidifies his ability to pursue money from large hedge funds.
An amendment to Dolan’s loan agreement also moves up a due date, reduces the amount of money available in a revolving credit facility, raises the interest rate, and limits capital expenditures, among other things.
Knelman Asset Management Group agreed to pay penalties to settle allegations that it violated a rule meant to ensure the safekeeping of customer funds.
An auditor’s report finds the state panel overseeing the new Vikings stadium made some financial mistakes in its early months. But the Office of the Legislative Auditor concluded that overall...
A Minnesota accounting firm will pay a $35.15 million fine for not detecting an embezzlement scheme run by the former comptroller of an Illinois city. The Pioneer Press reports that the firm...
For the first time in a decade, this year’s Minnesota Legislature did not order the state revenue department to hire more auditors. Accountants say that’s one thing the politicians finally got right.
How much are the Vikings’ owners worth? We may find out as part of the resolution of a New Jersey lawsuit. The Star Tribune reports a judge who earlier ruled that Zygi and Mark Wilf defrauded...
New regulatory changes are meant to promote the hiring of veterans, but the local head of the Association of General Contractors is calling foul, claiming paperwork costs could be prohibitive.
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